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. that is so important for the business community. i was born and raised here. it is home. it ihas always felt a comfortable place to live. it's part of my life. [applause] >> i want to -- here we go. [applause] this is the second time in our entire history we have given this award. thank you, ed harrington. >> thank you very much. thank you, david, for the nice introduction, and to mfac and spur for the award. when someone wants to give you a lifetime achievement award -- are you [laughter] dead] it is a nice thing to think. i want to congratulate the other awardees and also the other nominees. i was nominated for this award several years ago and never won it. it is kind of like the academy awards. i have been extraordinarily fortunate in city government to have two of the best jobs anyone could ever have, the controller and the head of utilities for the city and county of san francisco. the rally has been a labor of love. i have enjoyed the substance of the job, the topics we engage in, but much more than that, the people. you have such incredibly smart, creative, wonderful, talented people
.2 million nos six years. and what the people ihas not been announced that he will coach in the rose bowl. is it a bit of jealousy? you always have used the kron of reporters but i always like to use the kron staff and outside sources. >> you have a staff. and there is our outside >> and keep that on kevin hart thank-you for dressing up. oh my gosh! a la and weather or not the wisconsin will continue to coach on a new year's day. >> this flier has no the heisman trophy. now, people is providing tweets. johnny is going to be the first freshman to when the most coveted prize for the 11th straight year. stiff arm trophy .com has predicted the winner and look at it jason. stiff arm is predicted manzille to win and klein out of kansas state... i guess that takes the fun out of debt. i would sit and wait did mention that kevin is my outside source. in this super media world, we know everything. and the reason why i have to show. >> 11? >> have your jokes. because everybody knows the results of the game. >> back in 1999, 78 percent of the people that stayed up to watch sports wanted to find ou
in hawaii. rest in peace, senator inouye. that summarizes how much dan ihas meant to hawaii, how much he has meant to america. his last word, aloha. as senator reid said, so appropriate. that this kind and gentle american hero would leave with a greeting of love for everyone else. that was his life. i yield the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from california. mrs. boxer: mr. president, i want to associate myself with remarks made by my elegant colleague, senator durbin, and the remarks made by senator reid and all of those who have come to the floor to praise a one of a kind senator and an extraordinary human being, my friend, dan inouye. you know, i was telling senator lieberman when the senate put on a little retirement dinner for our retiring senators, including senator lieberman, there was senator inouye, and we looked back, it was only two weeks ago, mr. president. you know he couldn't have been strong, he wasn't well, but he came to that dinner, he sat at that table because of his respect for the individual senators and for this institution and the love he had for them and fo
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